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Clean Up Your Own Backyard Recorded by Elvis Presley Written by Billy Strange, Mac Davis, Scott Davis
C G7 C Back porch preacher preaching at me C7 Acting like he wrote the golden rules F C F Shaking his fist and speeching at me C G7 C Shouting from his soapbox like a fool
G7 F G7 Come Sunday morning he's lying in bed F With his eyes all red with the wine in his head
Wishing he was dead when he oughta be C Heading for Sunday school
F C F Clean up your own backyard C Oh don't you hand me none of your lines G7 Clean up your own backyard F C You tend to your business I’ll tend to mine
G7 C Drugstore cowboy criticizing C7 Acting like he's better than you and me F C F Standing on the sidewalk supervising C G7 C Telling everybody how they ought to be
G7 F G7 Come closing time 'most every night F He locks up tight and out go the lights
And he ducks out of sight and he cheats on his wife C With his employee
G7 C Armchair quarterback's always moanin' C7 Second guessing people all day long F C F Pushing pulling and hanging on in C G7 C Always messing where they don't belong
G7 F G7 When you get right down to the nitty-gritty F Isn't it a pity that in this big city
Not a one a'little bitty man'll admit C He could have been a little bit wrong
G7 Clean up your own backyard F C You tend to your business I’ll tend to mine
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